The Pacific Coast Senior Hockey Association was an amalgamation of the Vancouver Island Senior League and the Lower Mainland Senior League. Like all Canadian senior leagues this season, it suffered from the new military policy of not playing its teams against civilian teams.
From six teams the league was reduced to two.
The league only ran this one season.
Standings Jan. 17Edit
|January 17 Standings||GP||W||L||T||GF||GA||Pts|
|Sea Island RCAF Sea Hawks||14||10||2||2||85||56||22|
|Victoria Military Depot||17||7||9||1||66||80||15|
|New Westminster CPA Lodestars||15||5||8||2||62||80||12|
|Vancouver St Regis||17||3||13||1||59||97||7|
Following orders from headquarters, the RCAF withdrew on Jan. 8 and Army withdrew on Jan. 11. The other 4 teams restarted the schedule.
Standings Jan. 30Edit
|January 30 Standings||GP||W||L||T||GF||GA||Pts|
|New Westminster CPA Lodestars||2||2||0||0||13||7||4|
|Vancouver St Regis||4||0||4||0||9||27||0|
|Victoria Military Depot||1||0||1||0||4||7||0|
The Military Depot team was forced by expensive transport costs (the ferry from Victoria to Vancouver) to withdraw on Jan. 22. The Navy team, without another team on Vancouver Island, had to follow suit on Jan. 30.
The last two teams again restarted the schedule.
|New Westminster CPA Lodestars||3||3||0||0||18||6||6|
|Vancouver St Regis||3||0||3||0||6||18||0|
Best of 5
|February 10||New Westminster 9||Vancouver 4||New Westminster|
|February 12||New Westminster 8||Vancouver 4||Vancouver|
|February 14||New Westminster 8||Vancouver 7||New Westminster|
This was the only senior league in the province.
New Westminster CPA Lodestars advanced to the 1943-44 Western Canada Allan Cup Playoffs.